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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... made to restore old buildings, however it still has a long way to go. Our stay was short however from what little we did see, Bratislava is a city to watch in the future. With a fond farewell to Bohemia and its neighbours we took our leave and headed towards the most anticipated part of our journey yet - the home of the Magyar.... Nothing really matters, Anyone can see, Nothing really matters, Nothing really matters to me. Anyway the wind ...
... then missioned it to Oscar Schindler's Museum and passed through the ghetto. Not sure if we should've walked through here as it was dodgy as hell but we did anyway. The museum was cool to see and we spent a few hours there. Then we cheated and caught a taxi back to the main square cause I was tired of walking. We then treated our selves to dessert. Yum yum yum. We caught up with some of the others from the bus and headed back to ...
... we were able to see the oldest Jewish synagogue in Krakow and one of the Jewish cemeteries. This cemetery was actually crushed by the Nazis. All the tombstone remains were used to construct the roads that led to the death camps. After the war, they tried piecing them back together, but obviously the stones were mostly indistinguishable and the documents of the cemetery were burned, so no one really truly knows where in the cemetery their ...
... The club was a good size, and not completely unlike the clubs one might find in the US, especially seeing as how they predominantly played US top 40 songs mixed with some stuff from the early 2000s. Jean and I grabbed some drinks, but we lost each other when the dance floor began to fill up. I danced until about 3am and then walked the block and a half back to the hostel. It was a great first day/night to start my trip. ...
... and we spent the rest of the afternoon planning our time in the centre.
Having decided to spend our first day in town exploring the city itself, we set off early and headed to the site of Schindler’s factory, converted today into a brilliant museum, showing the events of the war and its impacts on the city and people in chronological order. Starting with a video of workers accounts of Oscar and time at the plant, we wove our way ...